If you entertain youth in church, rather than teaching them, don’t be surprised that you lose them when the entertainment no longer appeals.
— albertmohler (@albertmohler) November 20, 2014
What’s the main reason why our young people leave the church? It’s because they were never converted. Their youth pastors were far more concerned with entertain than discipleship. The ones who stay are the ones who were drawn to the Word by the Spirit.
Don’t ever let your theology get so sophisticated that you can’t boldly proclaim John 3:16.
— Burk Parsons (@BurkParsons) November 19, 2014
That’s when you know you’ve gone too far. Yes, there’s more under the hood. But that you don’t need to know it to drive it.
The true solider fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he love what is behind him. G.K. Chesterton
— Kevin DeYoung (@RevKevDeYoung) November 12, 2014
I liked that. A matter of perspective, I suppose.
“Our preaching is not the reason the Word works. The Word is the reason our preaching works.” H.B. Charles
— C.J. Mahaney (@CJMahaney) November 9, 2014
I always enjoy good one-liners that I can tuck away and save for later. I’ll come back to this one again, I’m sure.